Thursday, May 2, 2024 @ 8:00pm – 10:00pm (PDT)
The Chapel at the Good Shepherd Center, Seattle, WA, United States
Ticket details

$5-$20 donation at the door

Radio Noise Collective transforms the airwaves into a framework of sonic exploration, where participant-performers decode the universe through a symphony of radio hacking, unraveling the hidden dance of electromagnetic waves, and the raw essence of noise-clouds in a captivating live performance.

The performances often entail an introduction / instruction of a score and the transmission of ideas and techniques related to those specific contexts. But this transmission, rather than being understood as a technical or pedagogical device, we believe is akin to that of John Dewey's concept of transmission, where transmission is not the repetition of learnt subjects but instead transmission of the Radio Noise collective is a negotiated transmission of ideas and re-interpretation or direct experimentation with the radios, electromagnetic interferences, and the space in which the performance takes place. This approach allows for the performance to integrate musicians, amateurs, public participants, and often children within the movement. And children, like adults, here embark on a discovery of the space, the noise, the technology and the waves that interact with their bodies and the audio transmission.

About Radio Noise Collective

Based in Nantes, France, Radio Noise Collective is a project proposed by Apo33 to perform with radio receivers and everyday cracked electronics. This project is based on an open and accumulative performance. That is to say, we use public radio transmissions, extremely local pirate radio transmissions and the transmission of the art medium itself, its relation to the public or performance space.

Radio Noise Collective was conceived as an evolutive open collective, which implies that anyone can bring along a radio device or just themselves and participate in the interpretation of the space through radio noise, interferences, and relationship to others.

About Wayward Music Series

Each month, Nonsequitur and a community of like-minded organizations and artists present 10 concerts of adventurous and experimental music in the gorgeous Chapel Performance Space at the Good Shepherd Center: contemporary/post-classical composition, free improvisation and the outer limits of jazz, electronic/electroacoustic music, new instruments, phonography, sound art, and other innovative musics.

The Chapel at the Good Shepherd Center

4649 Sunnyside Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103
United States